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You know… I would love to see a macadamia nut-tree. They are large, spreading evergreen trees reaching 30 to 40 ft. high and almost as wide. That would have been a tree climbing dream of mine growing up! The leaves are 8 to 11 inches in length and occur usually in whorls of 3. Macadamia nuts have a very hard seed coat enclosed in a green husk that splits open as the nut matures. It holds a creamy white kernel containing up to 80% oil and 4% sugar. Due to their high fat content it is important to store them properly so they don’t go rancid….